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  1. Shooting Outside NSA Headquarters Leaves at Least One InjuredPhotos of the scene show a black SUV with bullet holes in the windshield.
  2. NSA Chief Mike Rogers’s Classified Retirement Memo LeaksHis replacement should be announced later this month.
  3. The Story of Reality Winner, America’s Most Unlikely LeakerShe’s not an ideological combatant like Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning. She’s much more like you or me.
  4. The NSA Took a Break From Spying on You to Join GitHubDo you think they’re fun now?
  5. Did the Intercept Betray Its NSA Source?How, exactly, did the FBI zero in on alleged NSA leaker Reality Leigh Winner?
  6. Why Today’s Ransomware Hack Is Such a Persistent ThreatIt’s tough to upgrade an entire computer network at once.
  7. A Former NSA Lawyer Explains Why Border Phone Searches Are a Waste of TimeIt’s inefficient and yields bad intelligence.
  8. Hacker Group Releases NSA Tools for Hacking WindowsThis is bad news for a lot of PC owners.
  9. Trump: Being Wiretapped by Obama Is the One Thing Merkel and I Have in Common“As far as wiretapping … by this past administration, at least we have something in common, perhaps.”
  10. Trump: The FBI Shouldn’t Release Information About Ongoing Investigations“The NSA & FBI … should not interfere in our politics,” the president tweeted Wednesday morning.
  11. Russia Allows Edward Snowden to Stay a Little While LongerHe gets asylum until 2020.
  12. Hackers Abandon Attempt to Sell Alleged NSA Hacking ToolsThe Shadow Brokers return to the shadows.
  13. Yahoo Scanned Users’ Emails on Behalf of U.S. IntelligenceEverything going in or out was monitored for a certain phrase.
  14. Watch the Edward Snowden Robot Visit New York Magazine’s OfficesIt was a virtual tour.
  15. The NSA Stopped Bulk-Collecting Americans’ Phone Records Last Night Two-and-a-half years after Edward Snowden revealed the existence of the practice.
  16. Edward Snowden to DOJ: Call Me Maybe?The NSA whistle-blower is ready to go to jail, if necessary.
  17. The NSA Listened to the Phone Calls of the Last 3 French PresidentsSarko’s were probably the most interesting.
  18. Edward Snowden Takes Victory Lap in New York Times Op-EdHe says we’re “witnessing the emergence of a post-terror generation.”
  19. U.S. Surveillance Powers Lapse After Senate Deal Is BlockedThree parts of the Patriot Act, including bulk phone data collection, have temporarily expired after Rand Paul blocked a deal on surveillance reform.
  20. House Votes to Curb NSA Data Collection, Setting Up Senate BattleIf Congress doesn’t act, the Patriot Act will expire at the end of the month.
  21. Will Today’s Court Ruling Kill NSA Phone Surveillance for Good? It may turn out to be a landmark court decision for a number of reasons. Plus, consider it a victory for Edward Snowden.
  22. Appeals Court Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Is Illegal[I]f Congress chooses to authorize such a far-reaching and unprecedented program, it has every opportunity to do so, and to do so unambiguously.”
  23. NSA’s New Creepy Mascot Is Watching You and Knows If You Don’t RecycleMeet Dunk. 
  24. Jeb Bush Is Not His Brother, But He Loves His NSA Spying ProgramIn fact, it’s his favorite thing about the Obama administration too.
  25. Stop the NSA From Spying on You With an Official Rand Paul Laptop-Camera BlockerBrowsing through the merchandise at the Rand Paul Store.
  26. Person Shot Dead After Trying to Ram Gate at NSA HeadquartersTwo men believed to be dressed as women try to enter Fort Meade in Maryland.
  27. The NSA Wants to Recruit Teen Hackers for GoodKeep your enemies closer?
  28. Snowden: The NSA Has Seen You NakedAnd if you’re attractive, the agency may have passed the photo around. 
  29. Edward Snowden: ‘Sometimes to Do the Right Thing You Have to Break a Law’The NSA leaker defends himself in his first American TV interview.
  30. John Kerry to Edward Snowden: ‘Man Up’The secretary of state is not impressed by the leaker’s interview from Russia.
  31. Guardian, Washington Post Win Pulitzers for NSAA shared award in the public-service category.
  32. Glenn Greenwald Greeted by Media Scrum on His Return to the USAThe Polk Awards drew an impressive collection of intelligence world scourges.
  33. NSA Gladly Used Heartbleed Bug to Steal Passwords: Report [Updated]For two years, leaving regular internet users vulnerable.
  34. Jimmy Carter Uses Snail Mail When He Doesn’t Want to Be Spied OnWhen I want to communicate with a foreign leader privately, I type or write the letter myself.” 
  35. Snowden Says He Reported Concerns to More Than 10 NSA Officials FirstTo “more than 10 distinct officials,” no less.
  36. Obama Has Four Options for Revamping NSA Phone Surveillance, And None Are IdealHe can annoy phone companies, the FISA court, or privacy advocates.
  37. NSA Figured Out Who’s to Blame for Snowden LeakA civilian employee who unwittingly gave him his password.
  38. Rand Paul’s Team Accused of Plagiarizing Lawsuit Against NSAWe’re lucky dueling is still illegal.
  39. Greenwald Launches Intercept, Links NSA, DronesThe new site reveals its point of view from the jump.
  40. Tech Companies Reveal New Data on NSA RequestsSee? There’s no reason to worry.
  41. Obama Picks Navy Cybersecurity Chief to Helm NSAThough his own panel recommended a civilian.
  42. Tech Companies Allowed to Reveal More About U.S. Surveillance, But Not MuchIt’s a small step toward greater transparency.
  43. The NSA Has Its Eye on Your Angry BirdsAnd other “leaky” apps.
  44. Edward Snowden Insists He’s Not a Russian SpySpies get treated better than that,” he said.
  45. Jon Stewart Not Buying Obama’s NSA Speech at AllHow do we stop this lose-lose?”
  46. So What Did People Think of Obama’s NSA Speech?Reactions from the chattering classes.
  47. President Obama Announces NSA Changes While Still Slighting SnowdenThe work has begun,” said the president today.
  48. Obama to Adjust How the Government Goes Through Your Phone DataThe president will announce a few new ideas at 11 a.m.
  49. As Obama Unveils NSA Reforms, Intelligence Community Is Still SeethingThey have some pretty elaborate Snowden murder fantasies.
  50. Staying Off the Internet Won’t Keep the NSA Out of Your ComputerThe agency is planting retro radio-wave transmitters.
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